Poems About: ANNIVERSARY
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Christmas is a time of focussed energy
Expectations of happy moments
Phone calls to distant relatives
Cards with greetings and happy thoughts read more »Gerard Heathcote
What's the purpose of writing down something,
So as not to forget
When doing so is forgotten,
And remembering it one quits! read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
339.Anniversary Of Flirtation
Imitating the waves,
I try to end the attachment
touching the shores,
then moving away. read more »Satish Verma
340.Why Immortalize Wives In Poems.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with a wife wanting to be imortalized in a poem or a painting...
Boats are named after women that be wives.
This fact enables them to endure a much happier day in their lives...
Hurricanes are named for women. read more »Michael Gale
Who knows Solitude better than me?
All away from home where shall I be?
With memories ans reveries,
Of the bygone days! read more »Shabnam Roshan
342.A Week From Today
A week from today it will be the sixth anniversary of the day the towers crumbled.
A week from today the vivid pictures will flash across the television screen remind us of that day.
A week from today mothers, fathers, sons, daughter, friends and even strangers will gather at ground zero and weep as they remember the death the saw that day.
A week from today the President will get on television as we are grieving and remind us this is the reason we’re in Iraq. read more »Lore Me34
343.(...............11sept2) September 11,2007
The sun does not seem to get discouraged,
it has risen and set more than 2,000 times
since that day the world we knew ended, read more »Max Reif
344.Nine Eleven Is The Day Of Days Gone Foreign To Heart Felt Angels Fallen.
On this annual anniversary spent in time of six unspent unhappy years..
Will disaster of another type come around with instilled feelings of terrorable fears?
Daughters and sons and friends of all... read more »Michael Gale
345.A Winter Day
I think you know that this is winter day.
This time last year woodsmoke blew us away.
Frost wrote the poem on tall panes of gray. read more »Sandra Fowler
346.The First Anniversary Sonnet
We stood and proclaimed 'I do' wedding wows
and the organ grinded
The Taco Bell Canon in D Major
and Chopin's Polonaise Mayonnaise in Egg Flat. read more »Bob Genevro
I don’t know what to do with you now
That I felt your tender touch
You opened your heart to me and told me some things
I realized it all that I may have love you read more »Marilyn White
348.Remembering Henry David Thoreau's The Moon
she signs herself in
and out of the sky
a vast domain she
has with her kins read more »john tiong chunghoo